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The 6-foot-4 right-hander's best pitch is a highs fastball, and he projects as a true frontline starter. Who is Kjerstad? Why the Rockies took him here: It's a run of high school outfielders! Who is Hassell? His high school season never got started, so scouts are relying on his summer performance from , when he impressed with easy raw power from the left side and a quick bat. He's 6-foot-4 and an above-average runner who fits in center field now but could have to move to a corner as he fills out. Kjerstad is much more likely to take an underslot deal that will help the O's target another elite player with the No. Hancock was in the discussion to be the No. The top high school bat in this draft, the Florida commit has been compared to Christian Yelich and Cody Bellinger for his smooth swing and effortless power. Why the Angels took him here: No surprise with this pick, as the Angels had been tied to a college arm all along and Detmers might be the safest pitcher in the draft. Why the White Sox took him here: The White Sox once selected Chris Sale with the 13th pick, and Crochet has a similar blistering fastball coming from a long and lean build. The Detroit Tigers had the No. Check out highlights of right-handed pitcher Max Meyer out of Minnesota, drafted No. Who is Gonzales? This is a Walker Buehler-level potential starter who could end up playing as a late-innings shut-down arm if he doesn't show the durability to start. We've got everything you need for all picks, including analysis and highlights. From the first round that took place Wednesday night to the second through fifth rounds that followed Thursday night, the MLB draft is in the books. He has hit. Who is Meyer? Why the Padres took him here: Somebody had to take a high school player eventually, right? He's a traditional power pitcher with a mid-to-highs fastball and uppers slider as his two best pitches. Why the Tigers took him here: Torkelson fills a major system need and gives the Tigers a slugger who should make his way to the majors quickly. They ended up going with the pitcher, the third straight draft the Mariners have taken a college pitcher in the first round, following Logan Gilbert in and George Kirby in After using 18 starting pitchers in , the Mariners hope Hancock's upside, which is as high as any pitcher's in the draft, will allow him to move quickly to Seattle and end the majors' longest playoff drought. His versatility might come into play as Toronto has Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Who is Crochet? After hitting. In adding another college ace with an SEC track record to a group that includes former Florida pitchers Jackson Kowar and Brady Singer, the Royals are adding to an already strong crop of prospect arms who should fit well in Kansas City's spacious ballpark -- and get there quickly. Why the Royals took him here: Lacy was one name that didn't seem likely to get to the Royals, but I doubt anyone in Kansas City is complaining that he did considering Lacy has arguably the best stuff in this draft. Regarded as the high school player with the best hit tool in the draft, Hassell is a 6-foot-2 lefty swinger with a lean frame, above-average arm and a chance to stick in center field. The big surprise? Pittsburgh is getting a guy who does it all at the plate -- he can hit for average, he has a plus approach, he hits for power, he hits to all fields -- and the Bucs are betting those high-altitude numbers will hold up just fine as he advances through their system. The odds that he will turn into Bellinger are slim, but his swing looks an awful lot like the reigning NL MVP's right now. Who is Martin? His pure stuff is the best of any lefty in the draft, however, with a mph fastball and a plus breaking ball. Hendrick will probably end up in a corner rather than center field, but his bat should play fine at any outfield spot. Who is Detmers? Meyer is a bit undersized, and playing in the Big 10 isn't quite like pitching in the SEC -- but watch this guy's stuff for even a little bit and there's no doubt why Miami would jump at the chance to add an arm like this to its system. The Rockies need a little bit of everything in their system, so getting the highest-rated player left on the board is a great way to go. One negative: He turns 19 in a week, so he's old for his draft class. Primarily a third baseman at Vanderbilt, he has the glove skills to handle the middle of the infield and even play center field. Walker Buehler's name comes up often in comparisons. The big question is how much power will he grow into? He's another guy who could help immediately in out of the bullpen, before returning to the minors in to develop as a starter. Check out highlights of Georgia right-handed pitcher Emerson Hancock, selected No. Why the Giants took him here: There are two ways to look at this. Why the Pirates took him here: From walk-on at New Mexico State to video-game numbers, Gonzales mashed his way onto everyone's radar. Who is Torkelson? Best case for Baltimore is getting an outfielder in Kjerstad who might fit as a designated hitter and who annually lands on MLB home run leaderboards while strengthening the rest of its system later in the draft. This is the latest the first high school player has ever gone in the MLB draft, but the Padres are getting a hitter McDaniel raves about at No. Why the Blue Jays took him here: The consensus No. The Tigers announced Torkelson as a third baseman after he played first base during his career at Arizona State. Crochet's limited track record as a starter makes him a gamble, but Sale was considered a big risk at the time as well. Check out highlights of Tennessee left-handed pitcher Garrett Crochet, selected 11th overall by the White Sox. He's strictly a corner outfielder, and his swing has a lot of moving parts, including a pause with a big leg kick. Check out highlights of Vanderbilt's second baseman Austin Martin, selected No. How Gonzales showed his gaudy stats didn't come from thin air. Hassell is arguably the best prep hitter in this class -- with Zac Veen being the closest challenger -- and if he grows into his power as he ages, he has the potential to be a star. The rare right-handed first baseman at the top of draft boards , 'Tork' was announced as a third baseman by Rob Manfred. Who is Lacy? Check out highlights of left-handed pitcher Reid Detmers out of Louisville, selected No. Martin's approach at the plate has been compared to that of Justin Turner, and his versatility is reminiscent of Ben Zobrist. There might not be huge upside here, but as a quality defensive catcher who might hit for a little pop and produce a decent OBP, he's a well-rounded prospect in a sport currently devoid of top catchers at the major league level. Who is Veen? Detroit has a strong group of pitching prospects, but year-old Riley Greene was the only real hitting prospect of note until the Tigers made the consensus top player in the draft the No. The first is: Why would the Giants take a catcher No. His start to was delayed because of a muscle issue in his shoulder, but he returned to make one start and hit He has the stuff to start, but could end up as a late-game weapon out of the bullpen. But there's no denying his stuff plays at any level, and he shined brightly for Team USA last summer. The right-hander stands right around 6 feet but has hit triple digits on the radar gun with his fastball. Kjerstad might have the best raw power of any left-handed hitter in the draft, has performed well at Arkansas and led Team USA with a. He becomes the first third baseman to go No. Who is Bailey? Why the Marlins took him here: Asa Lacy was the pitcher most associated with the Marlins throughout the lead-up to the draft, but Miami instead went with Meyer out of Minnesota. Gonzales put up video-game numbers at New Mexico State, posting a. He might be more about a high floor than a high ceiling, but he could move quickly through the minors. The other is: Wow, the Giants must really like Bailey to take him No.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Why the Orioles took him here: Kjerstad has elite power and was a top prospect in this draft, but this is also very much about draft strategy. Control will be the biggest question as he advances through the minors, but Lacy has the pure stuff to get away with being a little wild. The latest early-first-round pick out of Vandy, Martin is best known for his contact skills and plate discipline. See below for analysis of all the picks in the first round, along with complete selections for every team in every round. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Kyle Peterson calls No. He might not have the upside of some of the high-velocity arms, but given the Angels didn't have a single pitcher make even 20 starts last season, they need a workhorse who can chew up innings. Hendrick is a little old for his draft class, but his 91 mph exit velocity could lead to massive power at Cincinnati's home run-friendly Great American Ballpark. He's also the rare college catcher who calls his own game, a big positive for pro scouts. Why the Mariners took him here: The Mariners were all-in on a college player and it was just a matter of whether they'd go pitcher or position player. Who is Hancock? The safest pick in this draft, Torkelson belted 54 home runs in career games at Arizona State and was only two home runs shy of the Sun Devils' school record held by Bob Horner when the season was cut short. He started his college career as a reliever for Minnesota, and some question whether his major league future is in the bullpen rather than atop a big league rotation. Why the Reds took him here: The bat speed is the draw here. Bailey is a switch-hitting backstop who earns plus grades for his throwing arm and work behind the plate. A polished lefty who pounds the strike zone, Detmers works off a lows fastball but has a plus curveball, a plus changeup and excellent feel for the art of pitching. Detmers also is advanced enough that with the expanded rosters we expect to see this season in the majors, he could make an immediate impact for the Angels. Veen's smooth swing and lanky frame hint at a future with plus power as a plus hitter with excellent plate discipline. Who is Hendrick? Their past four first-round picks had all been position players, so they shifted gears here. He has one of the strongest arms in the draft, making him an ideal fit for right field. Check out highlights of Arkansas right fielder Heston Kjerstad, drafted No. Those numbers came in one of the most offense-friendly environments in college baseball in the high altitude of Las Cruces and the weaker Western Athletic Conference, but Gonzales cemented his status as an elite prospect by taking home MVP honors in the Cape Cod League last summer.